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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Bohemia as the heart of Europa regina, 1570
  The Bohemian town of Karlovy Vary
  Coat of Arms of Bohemia

Question 2: "Bohemia – what did it mean to be Bohemian?" on ________’s In Our Time featuring Norman Davies, Karin Friedrich and Robert Pynsent
BBC World ServiceBBC Radio 4BBC Radio ScotlandBBC Radio 1

Question 3: The remnants of Bohemia and Moravia were then annexed by Germany in 1939, while the Slovak lands became the separate Slovak Republic, a puppet state of ________.
Axis powersAdolf HitlerNazismNazi Germany

Question 4: After the defeat of Austria in the ________ in 1866, Hungarian politicians achieved the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867, ostensibly creating equality between the Austrian and Hungarian halves of the empire.
Austro-Prussian WarGerman EmpireGerman ConfederationNorth German Confederation

Question 5: This alliance was facilitated by Bohemia's conversion to ________, in the ninth century.
EcumenismBaptistChristian denominationChristianity

Question 6: His death marked the end of the old "Slavonic" confederation, the second attempt to establish such a Slavonic union after ________ in Carinthia.
Illyrian ProvincesSloveniaCarantaniaSlovenes

Question 7: From 1939 to 1945 Bohemia, (without the Sudetenland), together with Moravia formed the German ________ (Reichsprotektorat Böhmen und Mähren).
Second Czechoslovak RepublicProtectorate of Bohemia and MoraviaCzechoslovak Republic (1918–1938)German occupation of Czechoslovakia

Question 8: It is bordered by Germany to the southwest, west, and northwest, Poland to the north-east, the Czech historical region of Moravia to the east, and ________ to the south.
Czech RepublicAustriaSloveniaHungary

Question 9: His grandson Ottokar II (king from 1253–1278) conquered a short-lived empire which contained modern ________ and Slovenia.
AustriaHungaryPolandCzech Republic

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Bohemia (most western part) within Czechoslovakia between 1928–38
  Historical flag of Bohemia
  The Bohemian town of Karlovy Vary

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